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Three young Russian women and a little girl recently liberated from a slave-labor camp by the U.S. Army lay flowers at the feet of four dead American soldiers, April 18, 1945, Hilden, Germany.
Jewish prisoners of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany, on a transport to Theresienstadt north of Prague, moments after they were liberated by the US forces on April 1945.
A Bosnian girl, holding an AK-47 rifle smokes a cigarette as she waits for a funeral service at Sarajevo's Lion's cemetery on Monday, Sept. 14, 1992.
Joseph Wald, a British army soldier of the Jewish Brigade, carrying an artillery shell with "A gift for Hitler" written on it in Hebrew. Italy, 1944/1945. Colorized
Firefighters in Kuwait in 1991, sealing an oil well, during the Kuwaiti oil fires. Firefighting teams, working amidst unexploded mines and the roar of burning jets of oil, on soil so hot it blistered their knees as they knelt down, titled their occupation as "Operation Desert Hell."
Chief John Smith in 1920, a Chippewa Indian who lived in the Cass Lake, Minnesota area and is reputed to have died at the age of 137.
Thousands of students in Prague protest the communist regime in November 1989, during the Velvet Revolution, leading to the end of 40 years of communist rule over Czechoslovakia.
A woman from Srebrenica screams at a United Nations soldier in a refugee camp in Tuzla, Bosnia, July 17, 1995. More than 7,000 men were executed as the United Nations Safe Haven in Srebrenica was overrun by Serb forces.
The eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980. It was the only significant volcanic eruption to occur in the contiguous 48 U.S. states since the 1915 eruption of Lassen Peak in California. However, it has often been declared as the most disastrous volcanic eruption in U.S. history.
Moscow civilians topple the large statue of KGB founder, Felix Dzerzhinsky, on the night of 23/24 August 1991, during the 1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt.
A long line of Soviet Army rockets move into Moscow's Red Square towards St Basil's Cathedral during a parade marking the 46th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1963, at the height of the Cold War.
2nd Lieutenant William Robertson, U.S. Army, and Lt. Alexander Sylvashko, Red Army, shown in front of sign East Meets West symbolizing the historic meeting of the Russian and American Armies, near Torgau, Germany, 04/25/1945.
Sailors stand among wrecked airplanes at Ford Island Naval Air Station as they watch the explosion of the USS Shaw in the background, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941.
Nine months after the Chernobyl accident, a liquidator is examined by a doctor at a Moscow clinic, 1987.
Albanian refugees from the cargo ship Vlora in the Italian port of Bari on 8 August 1991.
A victim of US bombing, ethnic Cambodian guerrilla Danh Son Huol is carried to an improvised operating room in a mangrove swamp on the Cà Mau Peninsula, Vietnam, on September 15, 1970, during the Vietnam War.
A young army officer holds a bat used for interrogation while discussing the fate of an African prisoner outside an abandoned schoolhouse, during the Bush War in Southern Rhodesia, 1977.
Houses in Mỹ Lai, South Vietnam, burn during the Mỹ Lai massacre on March 16, 1968. US troops came to the remote hamlet killing hundreds of civilians, the incident becoming one of the darkest moments of the Vietnam war.
Robert Capa, 'Jewish refugees arriving in Palestine in 1940's', ca. 1940.
Following Hawaiian tradition, sailors honor men killed during the December 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Naval Air Station Kaneohe, Oahu. The casualties had been buried on December 8, while this ceremony took place sometime during the following months.
Inmates of Attica state prison in upstate New York raise their fists to show solidarity in their demands during a negotiation session with state prisons Commissioner Russell Oswald, Sept. 10, 1971, during the Attica prison riot.
A scouting dog and a US Marine who is comfortably occupying a foxhole in Guam, during World War II, 1944.
Grand Fury's advertising in the Petrosino Park Installation, New York, 1990. Gran Fury was an AIDS activist artist collective from New York City.
Steamboats on the Mississippi River, circa 1906.
Firefighter Chris Fields emerges from the rubble of Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma, holding a dying infant, 1-year-old Baylee Almon. Charles Porter's Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of the moment became a symbol of the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995, claiming 168 lives.
USS Franklin aircraft carrier on fire and listing after a strike by a Japanese dive bomber. USS Santa Fe (at left) assists the crippled carrier, that suffered 800 crewmen killed, on March 19, 1945, close to the Japanese mainland, during World War 2.
Amid the devastation and bodies of dead soldiers, a crucifix stands tall. Image captured after a skirmish on the Western Front in 1917 during WW1.
Thousands of refugees board buses at a camp outside the UN base at Tuzla Airport, on 14 July 1995, after the Serb takeover of UN-designated safe zone of Srebrenica, leading to the massacre of 8,373 Bosniak men and boys by the Serb armed forces, during the Bosnian War.
In 1962, MIT students Steve Russell, Martin Graetz and Alan Kotok created "Spacewar!" considered the first video game. This photo shows the three "Spacewar!" inventors playing the game at Boston's Computer Museum in 1983.
A cowboy, possibly one of the last of the American frontier, sitting next to his horse on a hill, looking down at other horses in Bonham, Texas, on June 1910.
A German soldier laying dead in front of the bullet-ridden Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on April 1945.
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, the infamous American lovers, robbers and murderers, with a 1932 Ford V-8 automobile, posing for a photo somewhere in the central United States, in the early 1930s.
Amelia Earhart, an American aviation pioneer and author, the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, standing under the nose of her Lockheed Model 10-E Electra, probably taken before her attempted flight around the world, on March 1937.
"Bandit's Roost," a photograph taken in Mulberry Street, Manhattan - one of the worst slums in New York. The 1888 image was taken by Jacob Riis who used a newly-invented flash-gun to light up night time scenes.
German soldier dives for cover as shell explodes on the Western Front during WW1, 1917.
5 of the 23 American POWs who refused to return to US at the end of Korean War. Held at Panmunjom, 2 changed their mind and were court-martialed, one given a 20 year sentence and the other 10. Rest dishonorably discharged and went to China; by the 1960s, all but two had returned to US.
Hitler in disguise: US intelligence images of how Hitler could have disguised himself, was he to flee Germany, 1944.
On a second day of the Los Angeles Riots, a man with a shopping cart full of diapers runs past a burning market on 3rd Street of L.A., on April 30, 1992.
Virgil Ingram, left, and Harold Ringer, right, photographed for the cover of Texas Highways magazine in 1957, when they worked as painters for TxDOT, climbing over and under the Rainbow Bridge, spanning the Neches River between Bridge City and Port Arthur, Texas, United States.
Residents of Prague, Czechoslovakia, throw burning torches in an attempt to stop a Soviet tank on August 21, 1968. A Soviet-led invasion by Warsaw Pact troops crushed the so-called Prague Spring reform and re-established totalitarian rule.
Steve Wozniak working on Apple II with Steve Jobs watching, in their garage in Mountain View, California, on January 1, 1976.
An image of Kim Jong Il and his third son Kim Jong Un during his youth, late 1980s or early 1990s.
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